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During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
@SolomonYue We want sanctions! I was hoping to hold such slogan on 71 but now it seems that I will breach the bloody NSL if I do.
#BREAKING Medical volunteers arrested, their hands tied and locked like fugitives. This is outrageous. The HK govt has lost control over police force. A violent bloodshed is under way. https://t.co/xlV6NFgNBi
#StandWithHongKong International community please help us! Press, medical volunteers, doctors being held as if prisoners by the Hong Kong police. Things are out of control. #HongKongProstests https://t.co/pDDBcFzUu7
BREAKING: Several reporters without credentials and first-aiders, when planning to leave via Block Y, have been allegedly held and accused for “aiding rioting”. Police earlier claim exit at Y is good to go. #hongkongprotests https://t.co/Ak6bJTskXJ
HK police determined to slaughter yet another university in town, claiming all inside school campus to be participating at a riot. The police is surrounding the campus, besieging students, press and first aiders. #HongKongProtesters #HongKongProtest #HongKongPolice https://t.co/7XuyG5UJS2
5 Demands C: Cancel riot definition H: Holistic pardon for all protestors I: Independent investigation committee N: Never raise the extradition law again A: Authentic universal suffrage Make #CHINA itself a censored and tabooed word https://t.co/DCnRa5AfTT
Unjuk rasa yang berlangsung di Hong Kong telah memasuki minggu ke-22. Eskalasi kekerasan yang terjadi membuat sejumlah pihak meminta dilakukan investigasi terhadap kepolisian yang bertindak brutal terhadap demonstran dan awak media. #CNNIDNewsroom https://t.co/ns6OyEyJew https://t.co/YJX5x05mBq
Indonesian journalist who got shot in the eye in Hong Kong protest lost eyesight in one eye. She demanded for justice and comdemn police brutality. https://t.co/mhcOVYhedx
Protesters gathered at Central tonight, waving Catalonia flags to rally in support of freedom and democracy in Catalonia, after some of Catalan leaders, such as former foreign minister Raül Romeva was put behind bars for calling for independence. https://t.co/3PXo8GL2D8
Standing with Catalonia! https://t.co/FJ6e5HnkzZ
I have nominated the people of Hong Kong, who risk their lives and security every day to stand up for freedom of speech and basic democracy, to the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020 I hope this will be further encouragement to the movement: #StandWithHongKong https://t.co/HffCZcbwfc
🇭🇰🇺🇸 "To describe Hong Kong as a police state is totally unfounded." Leader Carrie Lam says U.S. senators visiting Hong Kong have preconceived views about the city. Senators Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz and Rick Scott have visited the city since the #HongKongProtests #香港 https://t.co/3L2OFQG3zg
I chose the words “police state” purposely - because that is exactly what Hong Kong is becoming. I saw it myself. If Carrie Lam wants to demonstrate otherwise, here’s an idea: resign https://t.co/sulX0v4KCv
Lakers’ LeBron James on NBA’s China controversy: “I don’t want to get into a ... feud with Daryl Morey but I believe he wasn’t educated on the situation at hand and he spoke.” https://t.co/KKrMNU0dKR
Having just been in Hong Kong - on the streets & with the protestors - this kind of garbage is hard to take. LeBron, are YOU educated on “the situation”? Why don’t you go to Hong Kong? Why don’t you meet the people there risking their lives for their most basic liberties https://t.co/KvphH9RiAl
Check out Hong Kong’s situation through students’ perspective... Very thankful for the wonderful interviewees and my editors ♥️ https://t.co/oU00tkvZ1M